I asked this question ChNN
but do not get a response
I will be happy getting to know your opinion
"Every nation and the land area
have their old gods and spirits.
They are the sacred energy of your Earth.
With them, you should seek the agreement
and from them should
expected to help. "-Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche
"One should profess religion of his country"-Dalai Lama
"Some people are worried that in Buddhism there is no God.
In fact, in Buddhism there are many gods, but none of them is considered to be one God."http://www.melong.com/pl/teachings/5-gu ... onlam.html
When I practicing a variety of teaching related to specific deities
for example, Arya Tara, Garuda etc.
Does this mean that I refer to the local deities of Tibet
(thus bypassing what Dalai Lama and Tenzin Wangyal they said)
or I refer to the gods, which in Tibet is called Garuda or Tara
but are the same gods that in other cultures they have different names?
For example hindu Surya = slavic Swarog
God of Sun
We have different races,cultures and languages
but one Sun shines above us